Forth"right` (? ∨ ?), adv. [Forth, adv. + right, adv.]

Straight forward; in a straight direction.

[Archaic]

Sir P. Sidney.

 

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Forth"right`, a.

Direct; straightforward; as, a forthright man.

[Archaic]

Lowell.

They were Night and Day, and Day and Night, Piligrims wight with steps forthright. Emerson.

 

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Forth"right`, n.

A straight path.

[Archaic]

Here's a maze trod, indeed, Through forthrights and meanders! Shak.

 

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